I’m Right You’re wrong

Author: Ajahn Amaro
Subtitle: Loving-kindness
No of Pages: 125
Year of Publication: 2016
File Size: 1 MB
Permission: Creative Commons Licence
Blurb: ‘I’m right, you’re wrong’ refers to our tendency to cling to views. The Buddha talked about four kinds of clinging. The first is clinging to sense-desire. The second is clinging to precepts and practices. The third is clinging to the feeling of self. The final type of clinging is holding to fixed views.
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